Common types of fire emergency lights
Non-Continuous Emergency Light: An emergency light that operates only when the normal lighting power source fails.
Continuous emergency light: An emergency light whose light source is always connected to the power supply during normal lighting or emergency lighting.
Class A fire emergency lights: fire emergency lights with rated operating voltage of the main power supply and battery power supply not greater than DC36V.
Centralized power supply type fire emergency lighting: both the main power supply and the battery power supply are centrally powered by the emergency lighting centralized power supply.
Self-contained power supply type fire emergency lamps: the lamps are connected through the emergency lighting distribution box, usually powered by the mains, and in case of fire, the lamps are powered by their own batteries.
The manufacturer of explosion-proof fire emergency lights thinks that when a fire occurs, the emergency lighting distribution box will cut off the power supply, and the battery provided by the fire emergency lights will supply power. On the other hand, emergency lighting can be classified according to working status and function.
According to the working status, it can be divided into three categories: continuous emergency lights. Explosion-proof fire emergency lights manufacturers believe that regardless of whether the normal lighting power supply is faulty, it can continue to provide lighting. Non-continuous emergency lights. Lighting is only provided if the normal lighting power supply fails. Composite emergency light. There are more than two light sources in emergency lighting fixtures, at least one of which can provide lighting when the power supply of normal lighting fails.